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The Global Air Navigation Plan (Doc 9750) is the ICAO’s highest air navigation strategic document and the plan to drive the evolution of the global air navigation system, in line with the Global Air Traffic Management Operational Concept (GATMOC, Doc 9854) and the Manual on Air Traffic Management System Requirements (Doc 9882). It also supports planning for local and regional implementation.
In order to better communicate with technical and high-level managers and to not leave any State or stakeholder behind, a multilayer structure, tailored for the various audiences, is proposed for the sixth edition of the GANP. This multilayer structure of four layers; two global levels, a regional level and a national one, would also provide a framework for alignment of regional, sub-regional and national plans.
Provides high-level strategic directions for decision makers to drive the evolution of the global air navigation system towards a common agreed vision.
Addresses regional and sub-regional needs aligned with the global objectives.
The GANP drives the evolution of the global air navigation system to meet the ever growing expectations of the aviation community. The purpose of the GANP is to equitably accommodate all airspace users operations in a safe, secure and cost-effective manner while reducing the aviation environmental impact. To this end, the GANP provides a series of operational improvements to increase capacity, efficiency, predictability, flexibility while ensuring interoperability of systems and harmonization of procedures. The GASP supports the implementation of the GANP by promoting the effective implementation of safety oversight and a safety management approach to oversight, including safety risk management to permit innovation in a managed way.